Equitable management, source of Work-Life Enrichment and Affective Commitment

Alberto Díaz Rosillo
Arístides Alfredo Vara Horna
Zaida Asencios González
Raquel Chafloque Céspedes
Inés Santi Huaranca


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15665/dem.v17i3.1643

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Objective: This research article aims to establish whether equitable management by managers improves the personal role of their employees thanks to the skills acquired in the work and if this improvement of the personal role could mediate the relationship between equitable management and identification with the company. Method: self-reported questionnaire to 19 working groups led by a manager, 398 women and 413 men. Structural equations by partial least squares (SEM-PLS) are applied. Results: the equitable behavior of the managers favors the personal life of the employees although the relationship and its intensity are not high. The models with a mediating variable of work-life enrichment explain to a greater extent the relationship between an equitable management with the identification with the company. Other results and differences between sexes and the gender of the manager are discussed.


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Equity; Work-Life Enrichment; Affective Commitment; Identification

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